Please remember to wear a face covering when visiting the surgery. To find out when and how to wear a face covering or to make your own, click here.
To find out if you are exempt from wearing a face covering, follow this link.
Covid-19 Treatment Research Trial
Claremont Research Team have been selected to host a Research Trial into treatments for Covid-19. Click here to learn more.
Would you like to help contribute to national Covid-19 research? To find out more click here.
Can you help and take part in Covid-19 vaccine trials? Follow this link to consent and take part.
VOLUNTEERS - Your Community Needs YOU! Please click here to find out more about volunteering in your area.
Are you currently pregnant or just found out that you are?
You can find all the information you need about being pregnant during the Covid-19 pandemic from this excellent guide produced in collaboration with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
STAY AT HOME - The latest guidance on Covid-19
Here are some great helplines if you need any support during this time.
Emergency dental treatment
Urgent Dental Care (UDC) systems are being created by NHS England to provide care for people with urgent and emergency dental problems. If you feel you have an urgent dental need, have a dental practice and use it regularly, you should contact your dentist by phone. All NHS dental surgeries should be accessible by phone, even though their doors are shut. People who don’t have a dentist should call the dental helpline on 03330 063300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Out of usual surgery hours, people should call NHS111
Struggling because of coronavirus?
Use this service to find out what help you can get if you’re affected by coronavirus. You can use it for yourself or someone else.
You can find information about:
going in to work
paying bills or being unemployed
having somewhere to live
mental health and wellbeing
Latest Advice for our Asthma Patients from Asthma UK.
Now that the country is in "lock down" it is important that we have all the information we need at our disposal to keep us safe and to know what to do if either we or our family being to feel unwell. Here is a link to Asthma UK for all the best up-to-date advice on how to safely get through this period. The Claremont team are always here to clarify this if needed. Stay well. Stay safe. Stay positive.